The cocktail party effect is the phenomenon of being able to focus one's auditory
attention on a particular stimulus while filtering out a range of other stimuli, ...
The ``cocktail party effect''--the ability to focus one's listening attention on a single
talker among a cacophony of conversations and background noise--has been ...
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Apr 23, 2012 ... Melinda Beck on Lunch Break looks at the "cocktail party effect," in which people
are able to focus on one conversation while being aware of ...
Apr 18, 2012 ... Psychologists have known for decades about the so-called "cocktail party effect,"
a name that evokes the Mad Men era in which it was coined.
The cocktail party effect refers to the ability of people to focus on a single talker or
conversation in a noisy environment. For example, if you are talking to a friend ...
Nov 13, 2011 ... The cocktail party effect is a term coined by the English cognitive scientist Colin
Cherry in 1953, and refers to our ability to focus our attention on ...
Mar 12, 2009 ... For psychologists the 'cocktail party effect' is our impressive and under-
appreciated ability to tune our attention to just one voice from a ...
Apr 18, 2012 ... Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco studied this
phenomenon, known as the " cocktail party effect," and found it has ...
The result is the so called cocktail party effect. A night out is often a frustrating
experience for hearing impaired people. They find the words of their conversation
Jun 8, 2016 ... The cocktail party effect is the phenomenon of being able to focus one's auditory
attention on a particular stimulus while filtering...